New and noteworthy this week? Just-launched furniture collections (times three), wall coverings as art, and more fresh perspectives for fall. Read on:
- In anticipation of our soon-to-be-released book, Remodelista: The Low-Impact Home, authors Margot and Fan live-chatted with The Washington Post to answer vexing questions on how to tread more lightly in small everyday shifts. If you’re a WashPo subscriber, you can see the chat here.
- Margot is admiring Green River Project’s furniture designs at The Rose House in Ridgewood, NJ; book a visit, if you’re in the area.
- Debuting from Serax later this fall: a new furniture collection with designer Ann Demeulemeester.
- Fan let us know about the new hand-painted wall coverings from Callidus Guild, who “make wallpaper as if it were fine art”; if you’re in NYC, stop by 109 Thompson Street from September 19 through 29 to see them in person. (P.S. The Low-Impact Home for a look inside artist and founder Yolande Batteau Hirche’s own apartment.)
- Introducing: The Great Commune Shop Experiment, 2502 West 7th Street, LA. Stop in.
- For your weekend reading: How To Grow the Flowers by Camila Romain and Marianne Mogendorff.
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